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. >> summer: it's just taking too much energy. >> phyllis: i agree. um, call a truce? (chuckles) >> summer: i guess, so just, you know, do what you guys do. go out on dates, move in together, whatever it is you do. get married. it doesn't matter to me, for real, so... later. >> ronan: you buying that? >> phyllis: i'd like to. >> chelsea: this is nice. i don't have a lot of friends. >> chloe: oh, well, you know, i've had mostly guy friends. girls were always really threatened by me. they always thought i was trying to steal their boyfriends. >> chelsea: did you? >> chloe: yep. >> chelsea: (laughing) >> chloe: (chuckles) >> chelsea: that's funny. thanks, thanks. i needed that, actually. >> chloe: i'm glad i could help. >> chelsea: (chuckles) honestly, i've just been sitting here feeling sorry for myself. it's no wonder i feel like i'm losing my mind. >> chloe: well, maybe you need to get out of the house. you know, do something other than just wait for adam to get home. >> chelsea: like what? >> chloe: like get a job. >> kevin: (sighs) damn it. you know, between repairs to the espresso machine
monster energy drinks are safe for kids. according to the "new york times," city attorney dennis herrera has sent a letter to monster beverage demanding the company substantiate claims made in advertising that large daily doses of monster energy were okay for teenagers and adults. in a statement monster said the company can document it's products or properly labeled dietary supplements and third party scientific documentation substantiates their safety. several members of congress have asked the fda now to take action on energy drink safety. >>> a big push to get more hispanics students thinking about college is happening today in the east bay. 400 high school students networked with business and community leaders at diablo valley college this morning for the annual narrowing the gap conference. >> and now what you see is a group of young people who say i'm ready to go. the difference is the attitude of the students, families and of the community that we want these children to prosper and to succeed. >> our very own roberta gonzales was the keynote speaker. she was the first person among
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. >> reporter: john hofmeister is founder and ceo of citizens for affordable energy and former president of shell oil. squeezing the delivery for fuel to stations that are open. 13 of the region's 32 fuel terminals are without power. >> you don't have electricity at the depots, which fill the delivery trucks or if you don't have electricity at a retail station, you can't really sell gas to the public. >> reporter: jimmie and barbara dwyer drove 30 miles to find gas in manahawkin, new jersey, to run their generator at home. how much of a lifeline is it for you? >> when you have no power and it's getting really cold now, you need power. we have no lights, no heat. >> reporter: that's why there is so much panic buying at the pump. >> this is like preapocalyptic, you know. >> reporter: why do they have gas here when other people are so short? the short answer is power. gas stations have power and people around here for the most part have power. they don't have those generator issues. however, take a look at what's going on in secaucus, new jersey, people are loined up for miles waiting to ge
typically we don't see a tropical system merging with a full blown jet stream. energy from the jet stream, energy and moisture from the tropical system all converging to make a super storm. this is certainly going to be one for the record books. >>> and officials are preparing for the worse. hundreds of thousands of people in low-lying areas up and down the east coast have been ordered to leave their homes. states of emergencies are declared in eight states and washington, d.c. 7200 flights have been cancelled, many more are expected. major carriers plan to cancel their flights. amtrak has suspended train service throughout the northeast. susan mcginnis has more from rehoboth beach, delaware. >> reporter: the monster storm is getting ready to hit the coastal line, folks in beach towns have down their best to prepare for the worse. conditions have been getting worse. >> the ocean is angry right now and we'll see a storm surge. >> reporter: sandy is massive. hurricane force winds extend out 175 miles from the storm's eye. >> huge waves up to 40 feet east and south of the main center and tha
the whole time. we got maybe half an hour of sleep and we've been running on rock stars and energy drinks and it's fun though. it's part of the excitement. >> reporter: now we caught one the mayor -- up with mayor ed lee this evening and he just got permission from major league baseball last night that he could show the game here on the big screen. i asked a couple of fans if they secretly wished that maybe the last game the giants play if they win was here in their hometown. they said no. absolutely not. a win is sweet whether or not it's away or it's here and by the way watching this on the big screen makes them feel like they're at home. elizabeth cook, cbs 5 early edition. >> including championship and world series gear that you can buy. head to the website, >>> well, tonight more than 60 million people along the eastern seaboard are bracing for an unwelcome guest. hurricane sandy is scurrying the coast and preparing for a destruct i left turn to the country's most populated cities. cbs reporter duarte geraldino is live in maryland with the storm's track. >> reporter
] >> go giants shirt. >> got them both. >> energy, community, team work. locker room bliss. they have crawford, oh! >> it is the sport. it makes me feel proud to be a san franciscoian. >> they play hard, a positive attitude. they represent our place san fran really well. >> let's go giants, yeah. >> world series! >> and the celebration continues at at&t park. more on the victory in about five minutes. ,, [ male announcer ] citibank's app for ipad makes it easy for anne to manage her finances when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up -- the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. capsule was safely guided io the pacific ocean off baja-- after a two week trip to the space station. it brought bk >>> the dragon has landed. the unmanned capsule safely guided into the pacific ocean after a two-week trip to the space station. it brought
driving around this morning, we saw so many people wearing orange and black and the energy will continue with this week's parade. >> the city is preparing for the next big one. >> the smiles. i keep thinking about it. i hear them. and i'm so happy to be a giants fan. >> reporter: the celebration a familiar one to the bay area. the giants sweep to becoming the world series champs, the second one in three years for san francisco. >> 2010, we did it. we will do it again and again, mayor fans got a little out of had last night... defacing buils with graffiti and setting fs on the streets of san franc. today, you can see some of e effects. after the game bonfires were set at 22nd ad mission streets. as police tried to disperse a crowd... some people threw beer botts at officers. á police arrested 35 people... 22 on felony charges and 13 on misdemeanors. still ahead.. hurricane sany rains on the campaign.. what means for the final push foe white house and how the candidates are dealing witht could be a major disaster.. ============b r e a k ============== ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, struggling with thei
's going to lose some energy they are not done with the system just yet. let's get you back to the bay area and time out the storm. clouds breaking up around the bay area today and flowing back in overnight and you will notice 11:00 tomorrow the parade will start. we'll see clouds out there. but the rain is staying to the north so we'll be dry for that but as trick or treaters go out tomorrow evening looks like a better chance of rain so be prepared for that tomorrow taking some of those trick or treaters out rain across the rest of the bay area throughout the evening tomorrow night. plan on 72 degrees in san jose and 56 degrees in pacifica. inside the bay sunshine this afternoon about 69 degrees in oakland 67 in san francisco. about 73 degrees in santa rosa. next couple of days, things get unsettled as storm clouds make a return. looks like we could see some leftover showers on thursday morning. by friday though we're dry once again and again, don't forget, there's a chance of showers in the evening for trick or treaters. i was hoping it was going to hold off and now it's moving in faster.
: what a difference a morning makes. just in the last hour the energy in this neighborhood has been just completely transformed. you have volunteers coming in from all over the place trying to lend a hand and clean up the mess sandy left behind. here's an example a home has been turned into rubble. it is estimated the storm could cost as much as $18 billion in new york alone. michael moore spent hours at his staten island home trying to push out the mud hurricane sandy brought in. >> michael and his wife, karen, were home with their young children, when a wave of water rushed down their new york block and into their front door. >> it is absolutely terrifying. you think you are going to die. >> reporter: more than half the people killed in new york city died in staten island. many say they feel abandoned. >> we are the forgotten island. nobody remembers us. >> reporter: sandy damaged just about every home in this staten island neighborhood. here half a sofa is crushed by what is left of the roof. the entire house is rubble, and residents say the surge of water here was at least 10 feet hi
, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ >> osgood: now a look at halloween by the numbers. a record 170 million people in this country say they plan to celebrate halloween this year according to a national retail federation survey. total halloween spending is projected to hit $8 billion. the average halloween consumer spending nearly $80, up from last year. more than 93% of children go trick or treating according to the national confectioners association. 63% of trick or treaters say chocolate is their favorite treat. followed by 9% favoring lollipops, 7% gummy candy, and 7% for those who favor bubble gum or chewing gum. as for the adults who hand out the treats, 41% confess that they indulge their sweet tooth from their own candy bowl. and finally, barack obama masks are out-selling mitt romney masks by a margin of 60 to 40 according to the costume marketer spirit halloween which claims its unscientific survey has accurately predicted the last four presidential elections. time will tell. coming
and yup there it comes on as a category 1. but just so much momentum, so much energy, they had that record storm surge in new york at 13 feet. sustained winds of 65 miles per hour. you can see on the back side usually you don't see snow with a tropical storm system but it was enhanced by the cold air that came down from the north and lots of snow there, 2 to 3 feet across the high country. looks like this will continue to work slowly out over the next couple of days. so before it does it's going to dump tremendous amounts of rain. there is already more flash flooding that we can cover in our newscast in the northeast. we'll have more on that coming up. let's check the roads with elizabeth. >> fortunately the roads dry and easy commute so far. no big hot spots out there as far as accidents go. so here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza where you can see so far crews are -- cars are cruising across the pay gates no metering lights yet. there are some areas of fog though. you can see it in some of our traffic cameras this morning. a live look across the golden gate bridge. you can see
of the crowd. >> reporter: more energy? >> and it's a more magical. >> reporter: have a great time. frank, you have a couple people with you. >> reporter: i have robert from manteca. what time did you get here this morning? >> we got here at 11:00 last night but we slept in my car for a couple hours. >> reporter: you slept in your car? did you see mayor lee's jacket? >> beautiful colors. >> reporter: what did you think? >> very bright. very colorful. >> reporter: i'm here to tell you, folks, we found the extension cord to mayor lee's jacket. we have unplugged it and when he speaks out here in 15, 20 minutes, it won't be so bright. >> reporter: that was his joke. >> thank you. and i was just talking to our meteorologist lawrence cano told me the champagne will not rain on the parade. >> reporter: it's raining confetti. brandon you were a 5-year-old kid rooting for the giants. what must be going through your head? >> it's unbelievable. it really is a dream come true. i wanted to play with the giants. when i was in that 5-year-old picture i wanted to play for them and 20 years later ac
in chemistry. how about this? renewable energy science education set. a fuel cell car kit. i'm in heaven! if you want to enjoy some of the neat science and innovations that take place here in the bay area and all around the country, you know, we invent a lot of these things right here. you can see the robots, silicon chips. you can work with a lot of hands on experiments and learn about the different activities maybe meet some of the scientists that invent some of these things. it's a neat festival for you to come down and enjoy. it is for everybody, for kids, adults alike. if you have ever been wondering what this is all about, how things are created, you want to come down here to the tech museum of innovation and they will show you even hands on stuff to play with. the weather will be nice. we are drying out around the bay area. we are starting out chilly in spots. 50s into the north bay valleys, 50s elsewhere with partly cloudy skies, patchy fog outside now. as we head throughout the day today, it looks like high pressure is going to be taking over. that means we are looking for a ver
drawing energy from the ocean and begin picking it up from a wintry-type source. it's going to basically met more foe, from one kind of storm to another. when it does it will havoc over the eastern seaboard. hurricane force winds over the sea -- the eastern seaboard. we will talk about the fact that this thing is powering on shore and six to 12 inches of rain likely 40 to 70-mile-per-hour gusts and beach erosion because we are near lunar high tide. we will follow it throughout the course of the show and our own forecast in a few minutes. >>> on the west coast a massive earthquake off the coast of western canada sent a tsunami warnings from alaska down to hawaii. >> it was a 7.7 quake. the largest to hit the british columbia region in more than 60 years. that quake struck the queen charlotte island at 8:00 last night and shaking was felt more than 500 miles away in vancouver. no reports of any major damage at this point. but several after shocks have already followed. >> those are the tsunami sirens that went off in hawaii following that quake. the first of the waves did hit maui roughly
morning. after that, start to lose energy and make its way up toward maine. otherwise, this is going to be some kind of story. we have a dense fog advisory in affect. inside the basobe careful traveling early on. a lot of folks are sleeping in this morning after the giant's victory. i think as we head throughout the day, a lot of sunshine by the afternoon. should be pleasant. maybe not quite as warm as yesterday but it will be nice. temperatures moving up into the 60s and 70s in many spots. maybe low 80s in the interior valley. chance of rain does make return on halloween. maybe showers into thursday. dry weather returns after that. let's check out the roadways. >> you mentioned it. a lot of people are sleeping in. pretty quiet on the roadways so far. here's a live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. usually takes while for things to get going anyway. you will see fog in the distance. we're seeing it in a lot of traffic cameras this morning. going to our maps, here's a live look at our traffic sensors. you may notice a little bit of a delay on the northbound 280 extension. king street
of this storm. it's pushing an enormous amount of water. overall the energy is expanding in a way just by the sheer nature and size of the tropical storm. and besides when that cold front reaches it something called a process will take over and that's why the hurricane center thinks it will pick up intensity. it's minutia and we're looking at a major storm sunday night into monday and tuesday. >> david bernard in miami. we look forward to checking in with you later in the program. >>> now to politics and the stretch to election day just ten days to go. judging by the polls the race couldn't be any tighter. we begin our coverage with nancy cordes. she's at the white house. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, rebecca. well both sides right now are cherry picking the polls they like. they are pushing their stats in the early voting states where they are doing well. it's about projecting confidence and momentum and not showing any sign of weakness and of course both sides are predicting gloom and doom if their opponent is elected as governor romney did again
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